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Trinity Trails Expand Near Buzzy New Fort Worth Dining-Shopping Center

Culture Map Fort Worth Written by: Stephanie Allmon Merry Fort Worth's Trinity Trails are going the extra mile. A one-mile extension of the beloved hike and bike path has opened at Waterside, a bustling dining and shopping complex. And a new car, bike, and pedestrian-friendly bridge connects Bellaire Drive to Watercourse Drive on the city's Southwest side, linking more than 40 miles of trails around Fort... read more

New Management Considering Major Changes at Zona Rosa

NBC Kansas City By: Cat Reid KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There are already small signs of change at Zona Rosa since a new management company stepped in last month. Trademark Property Company of Fort Worth, Texas added new landscaping, repaired curbs and did away with parking meters for the time being. But much bigger changes are on the horizon. The company held a brainstorming session Wednesday with architects and... read more

Sweetgreen’s Wildly Trendy Salads Are Headed to Rice Village

Houston Eater Written by: Alaena Hostetter Directly on the heels of The Gorgeous Gael shuttering its Rice Village outpost this weekend due to “unforeseen circumstances,” the developer of the property has announced yet another new eatery slated for the revamped shopping center. A DC spot for healthy bowls and salads Sweetgreen will be joining the development, according to the Houston Business Journal.... read more

Parking Garages Drive Public art Projects in Houston

Houston Chronicle Written by: Katherine Feser Parking garages are becoming the latest canvas for public art as developers aim to create places where people want to be. Trademark Property Co. has carved out Instagram-worthy spots on traditionally overlooked spaces across several of its developments, including Rice Village in Houston. “People are very against parking garages, even though they’re shaded and... read more

Trademark Property Company to Manage & Evolve Annapolis Towne Centre

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Maggie Holley, Sunwest Communications; 469-547-0018 Leading mixed-use developer brings market expertise to unlock potential ANNAPOLIS, Md. (Oct. 3, 2018) – Trademark Property Company, a full-service real estate firm based in Fort Worth, Texas, will manage and reposition Annapolis Towne Centre, a 659,158-square-foot outdoor shopping center in... read more

Southern Marsh Opens First Brick-and-Mortar Location at Market Street – The Woodlands

Houston Chronicle Written by: Katherine Feser Baton Rouge-based Southern Marsh will open its first brick-and-mortar store ever in The Woodlands. The store will open Sept. 29 in Market Street-The Woodlands between Tumi and Maggie's. Southern Marsh sells women's, men's and children's clothing and accessories, including pants, outerwear, sleepwear, sweaters, jerseys, shirts and swimwear. Items have the trademark... read more

Zona Rosa in Kansas City To Undergo Evolution Through Trademark Property Company

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Abby Waldron, Sunwest Communications; 469-547-0211 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Sept. 17, 2018) – Zona Rosa, a 1.1 million-square-foot mixed-use town center in Kansas City, Mo., is now under the management of Trademark Property Company, a full-service real estate firm based in Fort Worth, Texas with a strong track record of unlocking the potential of promising... read more

Lululemon to Open Downtown Napa Store

North Bay Business Journal First Street Napa – a 325,000-square-foot mixed-use development in the heart of downtown Napa, announced plans for a mid-September opening of Lululemon Athletica at 1220 First St., adjacent to stores State & First and Mecox. Lululemon Athletica inc. (Nasdaq: LULU) is a retailer of athletic apparel for yoga, running, training and other activities. The company had 415 stores as of... read more

2 Victory Park Restaurants Land on USA Today’s 10 Best Dallas Restaurants for Fall

USA Today Written by: Ilene Jacobs The weather in the Dallas area may be cooling off, but the food scene seems to be getting hotter– with new restaurants opening practically every week. One of the most exciting developments has been occurring in Victory Park, where a slate of new dining spots are setting up shop, including Billy Can Can, a modern, steak-slinging saloon– and Imoto, an upscale Pan-Asian... read more

Victory Park at 20: Dallas Project Finally Comes Into its Own With New Apartments and Eateries

Dallas Morning News Written by: Steve Brown Walk down the main drag at Dallas' Victory Park and you'll see a familiar urban vibe. There's a sandwich shop, a pizza place, coffee shop and spa. A Texas-style pub is buzzing with business across the street from the new multi-cinema. The candy store and an ice cream shop are open, along with the Asian bar and bistro. [caption id="attachment_12781"... read more

Victory Park Redevelopment Is in Full Swing

Globe Street Written by: Lisa Brown DALLAS—Victory Park, the 75-acre mixed-use development in downtown, is in the midst of a district redevelopment led by retail partner Trademark Property Co. and owner Estein USA. Victory is undergoing a full remerchandising, adding 85,000 square feet of new retail space and making key enhancements to evolve into a more walkable urban neighborhood. Victory Park surrounds... read more

Ramen, Sweets, Spirits Heading to New Venues in Uptown’s Victory Park

Dallas Morning News Written by: Karen Robinson-Jacobs The menu offerings at the rebounding Victory Park will expand over the next few months with ramen, sweets and booze. Jinya Ramen Bar will serve more than 10 signature ramen recipes with 20-plus toppings. The menu also will include rice and curry bowls and a variety of Japanese-inspired small plates. Jinya Ramen Bar's 3,000-square-foot location, a... read more